• Provisional results are now available

    Posted by Chun Tung Chou Tuesday 27 November 2018, 02:29:45 PM, last modified Tuesday 27 November 2018, 02:30:18 PM.

    You can now check your provisional results for the course using the "Grades" icon next to your name. The exam marks are in the fields q1a, q1b, q2, q3, q4, q5 (for the Python questions) and PartB for the multiple choice questions. The overall result for the course is in the field final. The overall result is shown with 1 decimal point and will be rounded. This means an overall mark of 49.5 will become 50. If your overall result is 50 or more, you have passed the course.

    Note that if your exam mark is less than 20/60, then a nonlinear formula will be used to compute your final score. You can see the details in the course outline or the lecture notes for Week 12b.

    If you had been offered a supplementary exam, you would have been notified.

    If you would like to view the details of your test outputs, you can come to my office (608/K17) on Wed 28 Nov at 4-5:30pm. If you want to do that, I will ask you to email me at with your student number BEFORE 2pm on Wed 28 Nov. This is so that I can print your test outputs and show them to you on paper. This will speed the process up.

    If you cannot make it on Wed 28 Nov, you can email me for an alternative.

    I hope you enjoyed ENGG1811 and will find it useful in the future. I wish you all the best in your future endeavours.

  • More information on the exam

    Posted by Chun Tung Chou Wednesday 14 November 2018, 09:37:15 PM.

    This page has more information on the exam. You can see the instructions for Part A (Python) and Part B (Matlab and Excel). It also answers a number of frequently asked questions.

    All the best with the exam!

  • Additional exam information

    Posted by Chun Tung Chou Friday 09 November 2018, 12:23:28 PM.

    The ENGG1811 exam will take place on Friday 16 Nov. You will either be attending a morning or afternoon session. You can check your allocation at:

    If your exam is in the morning , you will be told your lab and computer number. For example, kora24 means computer number 24 in the Kora lab. CSE computer labs are named after musical instruments. See below for the lab locations:

    If your exam is in the afternoon , you will be told your corralling room where you will wait before being taken to your lab by the exam supervisor. The afternoon exam times include the wait in the corralling room. You cannot take the exam if you arrive after 12:30 .

    Students take the same exam whether morning or afternoon. Hence, the afternoon students must be corralled to avoid any communication with students who have just finished their morning exam.

    Bring pens and student ID card . No calculator required. Rough work paper provided.

    Go to the toilet before your exam.

    All the best for the exam!

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